tom and eva

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While her brothers receive the new, glossy books of Gilderoy Lockhart, Ginny herself is thrown old, discarded books that symbolically embed a very dangerous diary. It is in this diary that Ginny pours her rage, her disembodied voice, that disrupts the school and conjures the immortal boy Tom Riddle, the boy who is really the dark lord himself.

Ginny’s writing communicates things the aboveground world silences. When we discover that Ginny’s writing has transgressed the boundaries of the diary, appearing in blood on the very walls of the school, we realize that the target of a victim’s rage grows. The diary is, like the chamber, a very old vehicle for unleashing repressed feelings, also for Tom Riddle, the abandoned boy haunting Hogwarts. 

Together, the parseltongue of Ginny and Tom runs riot in the school.

             -    Holly Blackford, The Myth of Persephone in Girls’ Fantasy Literature

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Slytherins of the Marauders era. [Fancast part 1]


Louis Garrel as Severus Snape

Skandar Keynes as Regulus Black

Gaspard Ulliel as Rodolphus Lestrange

Tom Hughes as Rabastan Lestrange

Boyd Holbrook as Lucius Malfoy

Gabriella Wilde as Roxanne Malfoy (perhaps she didn’t exist but whatever)

Sarah Gadon as Narcissa Black

Anne Hathaway as Andrómeda Black

Eva Green as Bellatrix Black

Natalie Dormer as Rita Skeeter

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The Golden Compass

  • Dakota Blue Richards as Lyra Belacqua
  • Nicole Kidman as Mrs. Coulter

  • Daniel Craig as Lord Asriel

  • Sam Elliott as Lee Scoresby

  • Eva Green as Serafina Pekkala

  • Jim Carter as John Faa

  • Clare Higgins as Ma Costa

  • Tom Courtenay as Farder Coram

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